Security Operation Kicked off for Summer Vacation in Progreso 

The municipal and state authorities have launched their summer vacation security operation along the Progreso coast, stretching from Chuburná to Uaymitún. The event took place on the traditional malecón (boardwalk) near the Juan Miguel Castro statue.  Several government agencies and organizations, including the Red Cross and National Emergency Commission A.C. 31059, participated in the operation. […]

Yucatán Welcomes the Smart City Expo Latam Congress

Yucatán has once again become the host of the most important urban and territorial transformation event in Latin America, focusing on creating more intelligent and sustainable environments, with the inauguration by Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal of the Smart City Expo Latam Congress. This annual event is being held for the fifth consecutive year in the […]

Narcomenudeo Cases Increase by 69.05% in Yucatán

According to data from the Executive Secretary of the National Public Safety System, Yucatán has reported 213 cases of narcomenudeo between January and May of this year. This represents a 69.05% increase compared to the same period last year, when there were 126 cases. The monthly reports for this year show that in January there […]

Sheinbaum to Extend the Mayan Train to Progresso

Mexico’s newly elected president, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, announced that in the coming days, she will present a project to extend the Mayan Train to Progresso as part of Governor-elect Joaquín Díaz Mena’s Renaissance Maya plan. Referring to the continuity of passenger train projects, the virtual president-elect, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, highlighted the Mayan Train and the […]

Maya-speaker promotes lawsuit against Poseidon statue in Progresso

Carlos Pérez, a Maya-speaking indigenous person, filed a lawsuit before a federal judge in Mérida against the Poseidon statue in Progresso. A lawsuit was filed against a federal judge in Mérida, Yucatán, regarding the installation of the Poseidon statue in Puerto Progreso. The lawsuit, filed by Carlos Orlando Pérez Zaldívar, a Maya-speaking indigenous person, and […]

Tourists swarm the Statue of Poseidon after Beryl passes through Progreso

Despite controversy, the Statue of Poseidon has attracted a massive influx of tourists. Images of visitors posing with the statue flooded social media, becoming a viral phenomenon. This situation has generated debate about the impact of tourism on the area, especially during natural disaster recovery times. Progreso’s tourist operators have seen an increase in demand […]

12 Archaeological Zones Reopen Their Doors after Beryl Pass

After several days of being closed, this Sunday the INAH opened 12 archaeological zones in Yucatán. Except for Chichén Itzá, starting today, the 12 open archaeological zones have begun to receive tourists after being closed due to Hurricane Beryl, according to the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). Following the implementation of the Disaster […]

Crocodile rescued when he tried to cross the Mérida-Progreso highway.

In recent weeks, several crocodiles have been seen roaming the streets and neighborhoods of Puerto Progreso due to heavy rains. The Ecological Police safely rescued a crocodile that was on the Mérida-Progreso highway at the exit of the port trying to return to its habitat. The rescue occurred when the officers assisted the reptile, which […]

Yucatecan Pride: Over 800 people from different municipalities complete basic education”

Through the Strategy for Addressing Educational Backlogs and the Basic Education Centers for Adults, 835 individuals from 18 Yucatecan municipalities received their certificates for primary and/or secondary education. The ceremony took place at the “José Vasconcelos” auditorium of the Yucatán State Government’s Ministry of Education (SEGEY), during which certificates for the 2023-2024 school year were […]